Monthly Archives: February 2015

Yellow Maple

Photo from 2009 of maple along Indian River Outside time today was limited to a walk around Totem Park this morning and a sit on the step this afternoon. I hoped to find the Spotted Sandpiper, but didn’t. During my … Continue reading

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Sunny Day Outings

It was (relatively) warm sunny day, and I had wanted to try and catch the Spotted Sandpiper at Totem Park before bird-reporting winter season wrapped up at the end of this month. The tide had been up, but was already … Continue reading

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Warm Sunshine

I was interested to note that back in 2007 on this date I noted that it seemed as though the amount of daylight had suddenly jumped to noticeably longer days. I had a similar feeling today. When I was getting … Continue reading

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Morning Walk to Totem Park

I spent some time down at Totem Park this morning. I had hoped to get a picture of the Spotted Sandpiper that’s been around this winter, but by the time I arrived (a little before 9am), the tide was already … Continue reading

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Pigeon Remains (a mystery)

When I got back from class this morning, Connor asked me if I had seen the pigeon under the porch. I had not, and so went to look with him. Sure enough, there was a pigeon carcass laying there under … Continue reading

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Kill Site Under the Porch

When I got home from class this afternoon, Connor excitedly relayed that he had just scared a Sharp-shinned Hawk from under the porch. He seen pigeon feathers outside and wanted to check them out, so he stepped outside on to … Continue reading

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